Who Should New Head Coach Target To Be Offensive Coordinator?

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  1. Lovethefish

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    The parrot with some not so subtle Kyler Murray connections.
     
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    Jim Bob Cooter. He took the fall in Detroit when he was dealt an average QB and poor OL (sound familiar) to work with.

    Besides, how could you not want a guy named Jim Bob Cooter on your staff?
     
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    That’s not the bevell I saw. I thought he was very good at scheming tight ends open and by open I mean no one within 10 yards of them and I believe the empty 4 vertical concepts they love so much in the pass game originated with him there.

    But he did always have a top shelf d and run game to play to.

    Something I don’t foresee any time soon in Miami.
     
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    I agree. Wasn’t impressed with him. He severely underused Tyler Lockett. Look at Lockett target / success rate. It’s ridiculous.
     
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    The other guy who may warrant serious consideration is John DeFilippo. He was the Offensive Coordinator in Philadelphia's Super Bowl win just last year. Yes, he was kicked out of Minneapolis by Zimmer, but we know that Zim is very difficult to work with and expectations with Kirk Cousins were extremely high.

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    Yeah that’s what it reads like. Only we can’t let that kid run to contact. Not at slot corner size.

    I went back and watched the semi final game again it wasn’t quite as good as I thought it was initially real time but I’d still take the chance at 13 if he got there.

    I’m not moving up for any qb though
     
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    Huge no to defillipo for me.
     
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    I agree with this hoops. I just contrasted his build to Baker and Wilson/ they are just thicker.
    At some pt he’s gonna get hit- what will happen. Idk.
     
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    Hey, we can't change the past, so let's just make the best of today and plan for the future. Fail for Fromm in full force.
     
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    He torched us. But that’s not saying much. Schemed the hell out of wide open average at best tight ends
     
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    My read might be wrong on this but I think he might be more quick than fast too.

    Like I’m expecting low 4.5s
     
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    I may be wrong on this too but I believe prior to this years Lockett’s biggest production as a wr came as a rookie I believe under bevell.

    He’s had some major injuries the last few years nasty broken leg the most recent and it took him a while to get back to full go.

    And I think also part of why his production has up ticked this year is cause Baldwin has been dinged up all season.

    Lockett’s a good player though. No doubt about that. I’d trade jakeem Grant for him in a nanosecond
     
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    Is what's his name w/ the jets getting sent packing? Offesnsive coordinator blanking his name

    Bates
     
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    Jeremy Bates was horrible. He was Jets OC. Johnny Morton before him.

    Back to Murray- Wilson was considered a reach by Seattle at time. He was probably 4.5-4.6 guy. More polished passer not as elusive I would say.
    Redzone and injury factors are my Murray concerns.
     
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    I see you working the Robert Griffin/Kyler Murray angle...lol
     
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